It was a beautiful morning. The sun had risen, and the skies were clear. It has been raining a lot! Of course, that means spring is going to be beautiful. And it has been. I’ve come across beautiful flowers and a butterfly. It made my heart flutter.
With all this love in my spirit, I got out my Quinacridone Magenta, Titanium White, Medium Yellow, bright brush, and painted a lovely peach texture. I used a credit card piece to smooth out the paint. Then I was off to give an old painting new love.
Suzanne’s class is exactly what I needed. Mixing your own green is amazing! Sporadic brush strokes are fabulous! The most important part is, I feel empowered to express my ideas.
I got to paint for the first time in a week. I’m grateful to be feeling better! Thank you so much for reading and for subscribing. I’ve been checking the numbers and Creatively Hue is growing. As I said, I’m sharing more content. I have a new idea pin that I’ll be posting on Pinterest. Do you have a tip to share? Comment below.
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8 thoughts on “Roses-Hope Is Never Lost”
You inspire me often. I love the way you paint Anywhere! ☺️
You just made my day. Sometimes I doubt myself. Have a wonderful evening and week!
You always remind me to believe in myself and my creativity so Thank You ☺️. You have a wonderful evening and week too!
I LOVE your Hello Love roses! I’ve just discovered your website thru Rae Cod’s blog. I love your joyfulness and your art. I am currently in Spain and I am a poet & photographer (currently without a website or platform). Thanks for inspiring me and brightening my day!
Siempre, ~Melanie Wells
Oh your welcome! Muar be wonderful in Spain. I would love to see the mosais of Park Guel. Thank you for your kind words.
I adore Spain. I am closer to Valencia but Barcelona is DEF on my wish list! So much inspiration to be had! Hope you find plenty today.